All the latest news from the sector
Explore Family, a charity who help to support families in Nottingham affected by drug or alcohol misuse, have published a new edition of their regular newsletter.
Dunkirk and Lenton Partnership Forum are offering support to unemployed people through a regular job club and a scheme that aims to help people attending job interviews with travel costs.
Nottingham City Council are currently carrying out a review of the support services provided to the city’s community and voluntary sector – and at Nottingham CVS we are asking for groups to complete a survey to help us contribute to the review process.
Nottingham City Council are carrying out a consultation to try and identify what support is needed by the city’s community and voluntary sector – and it’s still not too late to book a place at a series of public events that are taking place as part of the consultation.
A national organisation, Business in the Community (BITC) are all about working to shape a new contract between business and society - in order to secure a fairer society and a more sustainable future.
We currently have office space available here in our building at Nottingham CVS.
A Nottingham-based self-help organisation that provides educational and leisure activities for retired and semi-retired people in the city is inviting new members to sign up.
Nottingham City Council have published their latest monthly 'Policy Digest' document.
Places are still available on two forthcoming training events taking place at NCVS – one on how to manage meetings effectively, and one offering advice on how to update your organisation’s smoking policy.
Catch 22, a social business that provides services across the UK to help young people turn their lives around, is offering places on training courses to 16-to-18 year olds in Nottingham.
Three members of NCVS staff are preparing to abseil down Glastonbury Festival’s famous Pyramid Stage to raise money for charity.
Closing date: 9 September.
Closing date: 4pm on 15 September.
St Ann's Allotments and the William Booth Birthplace Museum are among a number of Nottingham attractions opening their doors to visitors from Thursday 11 September through to Sunday 14 September, as part of 'Heritage Open Days'.
An award-winning charity that helps homeless people make positive changes in their lives by getting them involved in singing and performing is looking for volunteers in Nottingham.